PAN F PLUS 35mm
35mm, ISO 50, high contrast, super sharp black & white film with very fine grain. Ideal for studio photography and bright, natural light.
- Slow speed ISO 50
- Exceptionally fine grain
- Outstanding resolution & sharpness
- 35mm & 120 Roll Film available
ILFORD PAN F PLUS is a slow speed, high contrast, black & white film offering exceptionally fine grain, sharpness and detail.
Suitable for bright conditions from sunny days to controlled studio lighting. It suits subjects ranging from architecture and still-life to portraiture and fashion.
PAN F PLUS is perfect for enlargements as negatives show an outstanding range of tone, high-edge contrast and extreme sharpness. It is therefore also suitable for a range of specialist or scientific applications such as photomicrography or the production of black and white slides.
PAN F PLUS can be processed in a wide range of different developers using spiral tanks, deep tanks and automatic processors.
Getting started in photography and wondering which film to choose? Read this guide.
|ID1 1||Stock||6 ½|
|ID1 1||1 + 1||8 ½|
|ILFOTEC HC||1 + 31||4|
|ILFOTEC LC29||1 + 29||5 ½|
|ILFOTEC DDX||1 + 4||8|
|ILFOSOL 3||1 + 1 4||4 ½|
|ILFOSTOP||1 + 1 9||10 secs|
|CHOOSING THE BEST ILFORD DEVELOPER|
|Best overall image quality||ILFOTEC DD-X||ID-11 (Stock)|
|Finest grain||ILFOTEC DD-X||PERCEPTOL (Stock)|
|Maximum Sharpness||ILFOTEC DD-X||ID-11 (1+3)|
|One-Shot Convenience||ILFOSOL 3||ID-11 (1+1)|
|ILFOTEC DD-X||MICROPHEN (1+1)|
|Economy||ILFOTEC LC29 (1+29)||ID-11 (1+3)|
|Rapid Processing||ILFOTEC HC (1+31)|
Not just for brightly lit landscapes, PanF Plus is capable of much moreI've been shooting more PanF this year attempting to really understand its nuance. The summary is, this is a truly amazing film. Much of my use has centered around outdoor, naturally-lit shooting, where PanF's fine grain, ample rich tones and perfect contrast flatter almost any scene. Recently I experimented with PanF using off-camera flash for a location portrait shoot and was amazed at its ability to also handle this alternative lighting scheme. If you're looking for a super high-resolution, gorgeous tone, perfect contrast black and white film, look no further than PanF. It's spectacular, especially when developed in Ilford DDX.